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You may have a problem with the heat exchanger... the thermostat on most boats runs at about 180 degrees fareheit or so... and if your water isn't getting up to at least 110 degrees, then the heat exchanger it is running through has a problem. I would have some one check it out, and if it is clogged, replace the heat exchanger. Having hot water is nice, but an instant electric type one won't provide you with any when you're away from the dock.

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